Charles Stacey, Born, 11 January, 1684, Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia, Died 2 January, 1725, Chowan County, North Carolina (Virginia, Maryland and North Carolina)
"Charles Stacy is mentioned in this inventory for Henry Truman's estate of Calvert County, MD. It is evident that the Charles Stacy mentioned in this document is the son of Thomas Stacey of Chowan County, NC who died there in 1697. In addition to Charles Stacy being mentioned on this inventory, there are a total of 9 (nine) names on this inventory who served on the Provincial Council of St Mary's, Maryland with Thomas Stacey in 1691-1692, Charles' father. Charles Stacey was an educated man, who could read, write and cypher (do math) as evidenced by Thomas Stacey's will of 1697. It is no coincidence that he is seen here in this same circle of people who worked with his father on very controversial issues while serving on the Provincial Council in 1691 and 1692".
Henry Truman 30.266 ft CA £236.8.3 £984.4.1 Jan 17 1709
A second inventory was cited in the amount of £109.12.4. A third inventory was cited in the amount of £71.19.2.
Received from: James Barry, Paul Kihly, Richard Jenkins, John Humas, John Godsgrace, William Chettle, Matthew Moccaboy, Richard Johns, John Carry, Richard Edwards, William Read, Henry Fitzherbert, Daniel Murraitt, Thomas Tasker, Charles Carroll, Phillip Gidding, William Barton, Nathan Smith, Joseph Edloe, Nathaniell Viver, John Grover, John Phillips, William Sturmy, Murphy Ward, Christopher Vernon, John Fisher, John Short, John Smith at Cooks Towne, John Fenwick, Hugh Churton, Robert Day, John Leach, Sr., Thomas Toping, Richard Ridgeway, Robert Blinkhorne, Benjamin Ball, David Hellen, John Holdsworth, William Hutching, Francis Mauldin, William Morgan, Richard Pollard, Daniel Browne, Andrew Tanyhill, Francis Leaf, Joseph Edwards (painter), William Head, Towel Owen, George Hokes, Thomas Blake, James Empson, Thomas Stennet, Cornelius Watkinson, William Whittington, Robert Sheppard, Matthew Lewis, James Duke, William Slye, Mary Aschomb, Thomas Lawson, Robert Anderson, Robert Brother, John Edenfeltd, George Keith, John Smith, Robert Bradly, Charles Lane, William Acre, William Parker, John Price, Thomas Hughs, Bryant McDaniel, William Dorrumple, Samuel Scot, Richard Fidoe, William Stone, John Soper, William Chew, John Joyce, William Jones (carpenter), John Sennet, William Powell, George Snowden, Thomas Tucker, Kenelm Cheseldyn, Richard Southern, Michael Swift, Thomas Clagget, Thomas Vaughan, George Plowden, Nicholas Fountain, Hugh Ellis, Nicholas Sprone, John Chittum, Jr., John Lecount, Ignatius Crayceoft, Thomas Tench, Esq., William Nicholas, Michael Catterton, Nicholas Wilson, Cecill Butler, John Addis, Samuel Copland, Jeremia Elldridge, Christopher Bayne, John Dorman, John Birds, Henry Jowles, David Morgan, Thomas Sedgewick, Nicholas Bird, George Spicer, Josias Wilson, William Moss, Josias Towgood, James Bigger, John Cantor, John Dunkin, John Jenkin, Benjamin Bary, Robert Brooks, Thomas Howes, Charles Fowler, William Williams, John Deniall, Francis Collier, John Holloway, Benjamin Hammond, Gabriel Burnham, William Barton, Michael Taney, James Martain, Thomas Tany, William Hall, John Elsy, Joakim Kierstead, James Cobb, Morris Davis, Edward Windman, Samuel1 Warner, Nicholas Sewell, Thomas Johnson, John Landerkin, Robert Mason, Thomas Padget, George Walls, Thomas Kinningstona, Richard Brightwell, James Sewell, John Howell, The Justices of Calvert County, Roger Brook, Sr., Samuel Peter, Francis Hutchison, James Moore, Joshua Cecill, John Robinson, James Gardner, Richard Marsham, James Dossey, Nathaniell Dare, Edward Daws, Ignatius Sewell, William Conly, Richard Smith, Robert Corry, Col. Bigger, Jeremia Sheredine, Jonathon Prater, Richard Gardner, Samuel Holdsworth, John Powell. Payments tot William Gilly, David Bowen, John Browne, Thomas Blake (administrator of Thomas Cornwell), Edward Bathour, Ignatius Craycroft, Samuel Watkins, James Harper, Col, Ninian Beale, Roger Brook, Samuel Holdsworth, John Leach, Jr., Paggan S Co., William Herbert, Jacob Moreland, James Duke, James Empson, James Sewell, Peter Paggen & Co., Thomas Hutchings, Jacob Regnier for fee against executor of John Edmondson, William Dent, William Parker for fee against George Young, Sr., William Parker for summoning Edward Batson against George Young, Sr., Thomas Lawson, Michael Taney, ----- Snelson, Kenelm Cheseldyn, Esq., Col. John Bigger, William Parker due to Col. Ninian Beale, Sir Thomas Laurance, Mr. Bladen, James Hays on a nonsuit against ----- Hopewell (alias ------ Duckworth), Samuel Watkins, Samuel Watkins for fees against ------Duckworth, John Gregory, Joshua Cecill, Ignatius Creycroft. Mentions: to pay a debt of Thomas Smith, for fees against Charles Stacy. Administratrix! Jane Taney (relict), now wife of Mr. Thomas Taney (gentleman).
Charles Stacey moved back into Chowan County, NC as shown by Census Enumerations in 1717 and 1721. Like his brother Thomas Stacey, Charles had many land dealings there as shown by land records in The Historical and Genealogical Register of North Carolina. Charles Stacey died in Chowan County, NC on January 2, 1725. As shown by his will, he left his entire estate to his wife, Mary. No children were listed in the will.